Soho Grind

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Nothing, and I mean nothing will ever top the feeling of putting a fresh cup of well made coffee to my lips. Growing up in Britain, I've always shunned the Brit love affair of tea and taken on a love for 'Un Cafe'. I drink it for pleasure, for the caffeine buzz and for the happiness I associate it with. Some of the greatest moments of my life have happened with a steaming cup of coffee in my hands.

Lately I've been avoiding high street coffee shops and instead i've been supporting local coffee artisans because a.) the coffee is much better and b.) It's better to support smaller companies, with that being said I found myself in Soho Grind a few weeks ago after a long day on Carnaby Street and I was blown away by how friendly the staff were and how great the coffee was. Any shop that blasts M.I.A on their stereo and serves Raspberry Nata's is my kind of place. I generally buy their Cappuccino's but I'd also highly recommend their Mocha's (oh and their freshly made flatbread's too if you're hungry!). If you're ever in the area, make sure you give them a visit.


Soho Grind
19 Beak Street
W1F 9RP



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14 comments:

  1. This place looks so pretty and that cappuccino should taste delicious!

    x Giada | Miel Café

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  2. Sounds amazing! M.I.A + coffee = heaven. Have put it on my 'to visit' list when we're next in London

    Lizzy at Nomad Notebook

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  3. Much respect to any coffee shop that plays MIA! I have to visit now - need to try out these raspberry natas!

    Saskia / girlinbrogues.com

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  4. This looks and sounds like the most perfect little cafe. :) You are gorgeous! xo

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  5. Ahh, I love coffee. I especially love sitting in a little cafe just..enjoying it. This was a gorgeous post.
    x Justina // abentpieceofwire.com

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  6. I LOVE coffee art!

    http://berrydakara.blogspot.com

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  7. The place looks amazing and loving your hair. That colour though!
    Afeeyah xo

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  8. Looks awesome, I need to go here x

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  9. I know this post is about the coffee shop BUT I love your necklace and your ring!

    Nicola
    xx

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  10. Such a cute little coffee shop, love that photo through the window
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx

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  11. I just discovered your blog and I'm in love. Absolutely beautiful pictures and i really like your style :) xx

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  12. Thanks for that!!!! I guess I do have the right name ( L-illy Costa) haahahahahah but I'm crazy about coffee. Love the smell of it, love the taste and one thing that was driving me mad ever since I moved to uk was the poor quality of coffee overall. Yes there are lots of nice coffee-beverages, but the coffee itself was watery and flavourless. Same as you I'm now trying to find this local coffee artisans that leave us with a smile on our face. Have to try this one. Have a lovely weekend

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